• First Listen: Partisan – Too Late

    Beginning with the momentum that began with “Two Lovers”, Partisan continue their evolution of revolution with their new single titled “Too Late”. Partisan has always been a band that I personally have, not only enjoyed, but respect musically. Partisan have always had the habit of adding intrigue, musically interesting hooks,

  • Daily Dose: Kolade Olamide Ayodeji – Trap in the Night

    Kolade Olamide Ayodeji is a prolific songwriter, beat maker, music producer, lyricist, poet and rapper. He is schooled in Business Administration and Management with a Diploma in Software Application. Kolade writes his lyrics, makes his beat and masters his songs. He is truly unique and original with one of a

  • The Test Drive: The Harringtons – Change Is Gonna Come

    Forming in 2014 at the age of 16, The Harringtons are a fresh faced, feel-good Rock n’ Roll trio from Sheffield, Jack, Brad and Jordan have a fresh outlook on music, taking influence from mod-culture and vintage styles, mixed with other guitar-based music from the 90s, The Harringtons classify their

  • First Listen: Third Frame – Keep It Movin’ (featuring Bubba Sparxxx)

    The Third Frame continue the streak down the yellow brick road that began with “What It Do” with their followup known as “Keep It Movin’”, featuring none other than Bubba Sparxxx. As if a kraken were awakened, Third Frame have reappeared out of nowhere after a years long hiatus with

  • Daily Dose: StereoViolet – Broken Leverage

    Most people aren’t afraid of the dark. They’re afraid of what they might see if someone turns on the lights. StereoViolet embraces the dark and the darkness of the world we live in. It’s not about finding the light. It’s about adjusting our eyes to see what’s always been there.

  • First Listen: Broken Social Scene – Hug Of Thunder

    ‘Hug Of Thunder’ follows the release of the song ‘Halfway Home,’ which the band performed to rapturous response on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert at the end of March. ‘Hug Of Thunder’ is everything BSS fans love from the Canadian collective and then some, an album overflowing with glorious

  • Daily Dose: The Blue Hour – On the Wall

    The Blue Hour’s latest album, “One More Mystery,” blends dream pop, synth wave, and industrial with hints of psychedelia, folk, and electronica to create hauntingly beautiful songs. The Blue Hour was born of glamor and squalor. Sleeping in abandoned buildings and dancing the nights away in Seattle’s new wave clubs,

  • Daily Dose: David Earl Lewis – Into My Western World

    Born in Texas City, Texas. Grew up in Monahans, Texas. Came to Tarzana, California in 1971 at the age of eighteen. 1st release 1975 “The Loneliest Cowboy” by David Lewis. Recorded at Gold Star Studios in Hollywood. Produced by: Ed Hansen for Edge Records in Hollywood. Hollywood Reporter article 1974:

  • Jammerzine’s The Week In #Indie for 5/22/2017

    Exclusive interview with #Indie legends Bettie Serveert. New videos by Blacktop Mojo, Traveller, Scott Swain, and Weinf. New albums by UK artist Rum Thief, Colour Colour and a new single by Caesaria. Plus the latest Mixtape.  

  • Daily Dose: Pilgrim Speakeasy – Antidote

    Pilgrim Speakeasy began as the freak powered vehicle for the expressions of a psychedelic troubadour from Scotland. Following exotic explorations via Newcastle, London, Denmark and Finland…, the vehicle has since become the driver.. evolving into the worlds foremost Eclecto-funk-world-rock-electro-folk anomaly! Although solely producing albums since 2000, Pilgrim Speakeasy is also

  • Daily Dose: Comett – Dancing At The Paradise

    After the release of their very dreamlike first album, “My reality is your fiction” Comett is back with a rougher and more complex album. Comett is an alternative pop duo founded in 2009, composed of Alexandre (Guitar / Keyboards / Vocals) and Julien (drums / programming). Comet has the particularity

  • Daily Dose: 12 Cents For Marvin – Can’t Take My Soul Away

    It’s rare for a band to have a dramatic artistic impact and dedicated fan base for over two decades. However, the eight-member group 12 Cents for Marvin has done just that, all within the college town of Fort Collins, Colorado. Better known as “12 Cents” by their fans, the band

  • The Test Drive: Bentley Jones – Unravelling

    Bentley Jones definitely kicks it up a notch with his new album, “Unravelling”. While his musicianship and songwriting chops were already state-of-the-art when we first reviewed him for “The Rebellion” in 2015, the maturity and experience clearly shine through, both on his original material, as well as his cover of

  • First Look: LuckyandLove – Digging In The Earth

    LuckyandLove have released a visually stellar video for their new poptastic track titled “Diggin In The Earth”. In a truly “Tim Burtonesque” delivery, LuckyandLove have a video that really goes with the audio in that the song serves as a soundtrack to the film while the film gives visualization to

  • Daily Dose: NonFiction – Money’s My Religion

    Adam Lane (born September 11, 1991), known as NonFiction, is a Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. Growing up in Hamilton, Ontario, NonFiction had his first introduction to music through his family’s church. Being devout Christians, NonFiction and his family would attend church a couple times a week where

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